Many think that modern governments do not assassinate citizens from their own country. Don't tell that to Princess Di's assassin, as he offers a deathbed confession. Warning: Some may find the Content of this video to be disturbing.
Readers told to make preparations for potential war...With tensions between the United States and North Korea once again on the rise, Britain's two biggest newspapers are warning citizens in the UK how to prepare for nuclear war.
LONDON (AP) -- Britain plans to strengthen the online "right to be forgotten" with a law making social media companies delete personal information on request.
Children -- as young as 10-years-old -- are being given powerful hormone injections to aid them in their transition between sexes.
online is letting cops catch previously unknown paedos lurking in Britain...Border officials have seen a surge in imports of the perverted dolls
In the United Kingdom, ALL babies will be FORCED to receive the Infanrix Hexa vaccine to protect them against a deadly cancer-causing virus.
In one of the most invasive moves by the State in recent history, the UK government will now require internet users to verify their identity before being able to access online porn.
Andrew Kerr for Western Journalism reports, President Donald Trump's ceremonial visit to the UK will not take place until 2018, according to Sky News, which cited senior British officials.
the moment they're about to be born...(Natural News) An influential medical union/trade group wants to significantly expand abortion availability in the U.K., apparently to the extent of abortion-on-demand, for any reason, by abolishing criminal pe
People will be able to use voicemail and text messages to make their wills, under a radical overhaul of inheritance laws proposed by the Government's legal advisors.
Another day, another British bank fined billions of dollars for its past-life transgressions. Moments ago Royal Bank of Scotland announced it has agreed to pay $5.5 billion to the U.S. Federal Housing Finance Agency to settle a probe into its sale o
A weakened Theresa May came under fresh pressure Tuesday to soften her Brexit position, adding to uncertainty about her negotiating strategy with Brussels one year after she became Britain's leader.
Activists from Campaign Against the Arms Trade (CAAT) have lost a high-profile case which called for the end of UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia on humanitarian grounds. The High Court ruled the Government is not breaking the law by continuing to sign o
As Barclays writes in its fourth update to the Brexit process, the separation of the UK from Europe lies at the center of a maelstrom of risks affecting the United Kingdom.
Undercover Investigation Exposes Deteriorating Auto Lending Standards In Europe; No Job, No Problem
he'd be 'delighted to help' after terminally-ill baby's parents lose legal battle to take him to the US for treatment...
British supermarket Ocado conducted its first trials using autonomous vehicles this week
Another line was written in the history books today as the largest warship ever built for the Royal Navy set sail for the first time.
(Natural News) The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is playing with fire by allowing an anonymous author to publish articles on its platform that aim to minimize the utter depravity of pedophilia.